Places and Things



Camp Sheridan
The old Camp Sheridan, active during WW-I, was located in North Montgomery on land that became the Kilby Prison reservation shortly after the war ended. The entire camp covered many square miles. For a variety of reasons, this war (which was going on long before the United States got into […]

Camp Sheridan





Montgomery’s most well known landmark. Sorry this is an old picture. The immodest nymph on top is supposed to be Hebe, Greek Goddess of Youth, raising her cup to welcome visitors. The fountain was erected in 1885, and the iron work was cast by Mott Iron Works of New York. Beyond […]

Court Square Fountain